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With nine units of this model delivered and the tenth under construction, the Triton 3300/3 MKII is the most successful series-built civil submersible in history. The platform of choice for marine scientists, underwater archaeologists and documentary filmmakers, most are familiar with the Triton 3300/3 MKII from its starring role in the BBC’s Blue Planet series – the most viewed documentary series ever broadcast.
Where most struggle designing subs to withstand the pressure of operating at 1,000 metres deep, often finding it an insurmountable challenge, Triton excel. In fact, Triton has delivered no less than 11 units certified to achieve this depth – the Triton 13000/2 can even reach depths of up to 4000 metres with ease. The deep ocean is no place for compromise, and so when it comes to choosing a proven platform for safe and reliable operation, there is no other logical choice than the Triton 3300/3 MKII.
In addition to the customisation of the spacious interior environment, the Triton 3300/3 MKII’s options list includes an exhaustive range of equipment. From fly-out ROVs to reach deep inside mysterious wrecks, through powerful lighting and camera rigs, to a plethora of scientific equipment, this particular submersible offers all the capability, versatility and reliability one would expect from a flagship model. Measuring 2.6 metres (8.5 feet) in height and weighing 8,000 kg, Triton’s experienced and expert engineering and operations teams are on hand to assist in creating a practical integration plan for the host vessel.
Offering an unprecedented opportunity to show friends and family the subaquatic world, dive on wrecks, both ancient and contemporary, explore the myriad denizens of the Stygian deep or laugh in wonder at the brilliant fish that inhabit the coral reefs. With the Triton 3300/3 MKII a magic world awaits you.
- NameTriton 3300/3
- Length overall4 m
- Width3 m
- Height2.6 m
- Weight8000 kg
- Capacity12 passengers
- Depth1000 m
- Speed3 knots
- Life SupportOxygen + CO2 Scrubber